Energy@EDU Executive Summary
The five winners in the Global High Schools category are: Starehe Girls’ Center, Kenya for the Africa region; Green School Bali, Indonesia for the Asia region; Bolivia’s Unidad Educativa Sagrado Corazón 4 for the Americas; Belvedere College in Ireland for Europe; and Huonville High School, Tasmania for the Oceania region.
Energy@EDU is an Initiative focused on promoting the development of international collaborative projects between students and teachers based on scientific experiments, aiming to promote Energy Literacy, using a specific Labware Energy Kit.
Energy Everywhere – An Introduction to Energy Literacy *
We stand for the importance of Energy Literacy as a fundamental to create the support for Sustainable Energy Policies as well as to give to each and every person and to the society as a whole, the capacity to make decisions in their lives which favor sustainable energy solutions.
World’s Largest Lesson – Energy
Energy Literacy – US Energy Department
Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2016
CLEAN -Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)
UNESCO – International Sustainable Energy Development Centre (EDUCATION)
NEED – National Energy Education
Goal 7 – Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
iEarn – Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy